Colorado River Indian Tribe
- Thu, Oct 21 2021
Designed by Margie McCabe, the Tribal Flag was adopted in 1979 by the Tribal Council and serves as a symbol of pride, unity and progress among Tribal members. Brown represents the earth. Blue is for the water and the River which gives life to the earth. The orange rays are the eternal rising and setting of the sun upon the earth and water. And the four feathers represent each of the four Tribes that make up CRIT (Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo).
Learn more about the Colorado River Indian Tribes: https://www.crit-nsn.gov/.
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